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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 December 1896

Vijgiou s Notices rVW4'k at S4tatr Hill. rn 1:,;irt. in over. 1uhl:. Rev. V. ý" ~n ttýr cv F I. 11tliol eVclIhr(11 err}hdn rie tuy )ItI y ,t le eI ry ioltl i, lit A. FtHI; B gglldY of each mroutl, sIt 11 A. .. Liver I li ý es , onIo unI only es e jigie d r u at lmulhd.1(' orbad t tosri ve )rug t * painful T'he wentll I' alts l'll etoll llholilulhy hich inclement all the fiilrst pi;t of the Some cgrakc organ ii • "" * e n t i I.o. . ,, ) and ifI G l .tthei C is, l t aqlf .atesI Innd 1 ll( , T ln Mutufnrd'rs D)1ru Store. pnl 'le of Highland • 'lI,,.. G a.; F The l,,,aII S••,pt. lanttion takes place to-uay. .we h, ._ _ het i lll your witer hat or botnnet at. , -,:. I E. TOWI'-. pmiry ---------Us.'-] tellchildrelt busily enitlglg'(d inl e fnl11g their (arol.s r1eliln onell tlwt 3tl 'Ist ligi j 1 icar. - . - Fine CUidies iai lonho,s only O lrl iOtf per pound at. I ltll'r' d'L s .1 *e I)rlg Store. ieast - his so We Inive the exclusive igelley of that i Ulllther's Fallonls llicago ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 December 1896

AT THE POLLS. PICTURESQU;E ELECTION SIGHITS IN THl GIRiEAT MIETRUPOLIS. To a Largo Class of People This Is the One Great Day of the Year --flow New York Votes. Duties of "Workers." B. ERNEST INGERSOLL has written for the Century a paper on "Election Day in New YorIi." Mr. In.er sell, after spenl;ing of those who take advantaeo of the holiday to flock out of town, says: Another cnlass rejoice in tbis holiday as an oaportunit " to sit at home en joying domestic comfort, reading in olippered ease the po tponed book, o:r fondling the pet hobby. The "people" call them "silk stockings," and have no fear of their bea:utifully modulated expressions of censure, because they rarely back it up by a vote. Down at the polls they cannot understand this frame of mind. A certain number of citizens, to be sure, come, deposit their votes as quickly as possible, and go away with an atti tudeo of having performed a disagree able duty. But to the many who are more or less visible there all day this is t...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 December 1896

Iere otia',v less gambling Americans now than among fa ot-her leading Nationality, E hte Atlanta Constitution. a ~iation'd literature has ..ed a meridian and the dictiona e.-r l written and men all agree he vital ponts in the language, it tno god sign to see words shorten nad .often and sounds vanish. It's a the people are getting lazy. The 0g9 in sound fron "Caesar Augus "to ,Saragossa" tells a history. Te en who said "Caesar Augustus" led the world. Those who say ragosa" can't conquer a little re llious island. Twenty millions of dollars or more rre expended in the vain effort to kethe boom town of Middlebor ogh, EY., the Shellield cf America. o.dsy, according to a corre: pondent dfthe Chicago Record, it shows scarce lsPy sign of life, and many of its bauiness houses are closed,with boards g0oss their windows and doors. Cum beland avenue, where lots once sold f $500 a front foot, is grass grown, aod weeds four feet high choke the tack of the street railway. Iron and kelworks tha...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 December 1896

I w. -. . ' IEWS BY WIRE AND CABLE. lateresting items of Happenings Throughout The Entire Country, MACEO'S ADJUTANT MAKES A STATEMENT Pensacola Foltlflcatleas-Traln Rob ber's Confess!on-FroZen to Death Iron Mills $tarted--A Drunkard's crime. Frozo to Death. Frank Vance, of Chicago, was found frozen to death Saturday afternoon two miles north, obf Fargo, S. D. He was out in the blizzard. ' 1 Murd and Selcide. H. L. Brower, Friday, at DeKaib, Ill., killed his wife, severely wounded ed his child and mother-in-law and killed himself. Iron 1MIlls Starting. The Ohio Stpel company, the Brown Sonnell Iron company, and the Ma honing Valley Iron company, will have all their mills running during this week, with orders `enough to keep them busy for two months. Smallpox Patients Located. Dr. Herron, the new health officer, of Pensacola, Fla., says that he has now located the source of Ithe few cases of smallpox in the city and will be able to eradicate it in a short time. A camp of detention wa...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 December 1896

------ 1)----- rp i Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. W. W. LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FbLICfANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1896. VOL NO 44 .. . .. .. . . . m- •-- l· mm m t mm m • mm Samuel J. Powell, John H. Stone, St. Fr:wmeisville. Clinton, La, POWELL & STONE, Attolrneys - at - Law, St. Francisville, La. ODBT. SErLPLE. W. R. PEBCY. SEMPLE & PERCY, ,&ttorntey -- at -- Law. Will practice in any court in this district. -Office in Bank Building.- ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. DR. A. F. BARROW, :Fyslcian and Surgeon, St. Franci:;ville, La. Office in Leako building. Telephone calls answered from either Kilbourne's or Mumford's drug stores. DR. H. LOFTON, DENTIST. Crown and IBril ge Work a Specialty. Will be in St. Franciaville ,n the last and in Clinton on the 15th of each month. SIDNEY POWELL, D.D.S., DENTIST, t. Francisviiie, - Louisiana, Is prepared to do all work in his line. Office at residence. A. T. Gast...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 December 1896

TE -: TRUE - DE MOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ýT. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. In August, 1806, the GovernmeitK coifed 2,650,000 standard siiverdol lars, upon the coinage of st4iich the Government made a profit of the dif ference between the bullion value and the face value of the pieces coined of $822,027. The terms "port" and "starboard" were changed to "left" and "right" in the German navy some time ago, and the London shipping World says that in the British mercantile marine the technical terms are slowly giving way to those which landsmen can under stand. Sumter, S. C., has established a sys tem of income taxation. All employes whose salaries are over $25 a month a e to pay an annual license. Those earning between $25 and $IO per month must pay into the city treasury f $5 a year, and those making more v than $40 monthly are to pay $10. The 1 wage earners have engaged counsel to fght the tax. In the opinion of some who have some in contact with the Czar of Bus- 1 nia it is neither kni...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 December 1896

A PLANT WIZI, RD.i ONDe'i: i" D'A Ti' ING S PR ODUCeD SY A C('IENTI' FIC 1F'AR "ELi,. gearr:= Pears as Lare aus Water meloISli ioi Prunes 01' (iant Si :e 31iniatiure Oa!, Trees-- Iar vels ot" Fioriculture. r-1 IE most remarkable farm in the world is in California. lFarmn it is calle:l, yet it is un u iike any other farm that ever t.isted. It is :t nmcgical, ideal 'spot, where nartture  loulded by milan; where 1mnts live in a strau:e, uncatural c:y. i!ere giant otalt are mane to "row perfect trees, but nsmaller than the smailiest bush; pears are reared as lIrge .s watermelons; the gorgeous lily is trained so that it is produced in rainiature, so s:mall that it can secarcely be seen, and the marvelous perfec 11011 of its (elicate make-up must be iound with a miicroscope. At this farm art has produced such n wonduilul rchange in nature that all the beauties of the world of agricul ture and horticulture are shown side by side, but so enhanced, diversified, corrected :and chanced that ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 December 1896

nH' TLuYE DIrnOCUAT. l1F~iL.1#.ttf~rºýt'PARISUI. W.'Wv. jrl')AIl:, JR., YroIietuuf· C11'9Criptio)l, pet U1HhII1 - - 1$S'1.V.L EvxnT SATC1WA~ Enitered At the Pout Ot" t S _ cond clays iua:tter. t hiii-i.7- L 1ý A' .. 12, 1SO 111e WI It , II)llt1º1 I i llf'ilnlClj IIt t child. It s Iometin does now.i What o.Iti rvadtion, ik 1v,,r pro. t'ret led by i 1urlli te I 'The erilltion l i oft' 0 volcano. a A twlpewrite'r has been .iuvented which can he uscttd ul)on1 the pa. gt's of twIunI volumes, like lhe heavy ledgers usedl in Ioolk.keep 'J'he fslet 4*alt the nlachinery of 1 .lie e'tcloral collekge, tlat nl;ullls c thie Presihtent, dots 0': int always re;- 0 'Cesent tI he populallr iljority shohuld 'lnnvint'e aill that our m111n11r of t elec ling a P'residilent is 1too 111( (ual (1 tld ehltity lin ' ci)ntitnueI 118. t - .... -*.- -- a The Ne.' York Journal's ymchtd itat pi:cs+ wilti disatihels between t livla l allll 1 .41 i'ey W lest, is l uined i i "'anotsie." II the SpaniarIds "get 41...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 December 1896

RieigioýU fýotces. 1,,1 hit. l 1ºt~l S'l it:ºv i ý"rt)'11 ,nth, !t)·t ij' it" ;(ttIHMtt (';tholHC(hUV h.li llrr Cll +"eus, ~ ~ 1.4t',' i ~I tt l; ' 1 c. :'t utl S:.;II I'. ýe 'VIt Ittliii Jcl atite',:tli t t' did " ti'h's ti (llst )p it. i 1,1i;1:' trou :I11 'I; hot' hicilib Wil' ,3 l tIWhosetIoIt IoIlilt fur 11 r. tiy; itni . 1, ilnl. k i ttt t t' jteo ti i-r . l J~tit luluF itttitllr (tat 31tu' b{I15rt I hu K.5 11, 1,. 1 'uit 1 i s. F e CTliw ---- ' *itntt'. 8 3 .I' ' . I i ºI s a l ; Fine (',tlli Iý d t11 ttCIIII(· lS u r)l. r 11 The 1Ititi Frºon iai l~ig't. a phgttalil III (lid tlllt runic' ul1; 1)1'" t l;IrlwttIas 1rlugi arrtge i" ritsiig r- . Irrriu.4.- - _ :ll i t' lrt 4 tlll' ir to 4lll 11144 '#.111 n( Aid. ,i ~h I Ill t' Intl l 1Ihirsth14 Try i t't 114911. t _I l t fIrrlll font l w~ 1 ItIdI~ t 'fl' clittly Tiny 11 r11111':1 I)1'i ih, l ig r II(II I'. (_' $visI get ltiitii·'·"l hl'cuiin $t li r 11iiilllc d i TitllhlY niltl t, thiI tlittI n e\eI'l( - it t;lllll of I · (; II~1...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 December 1896

HER SISTER'S. HONOR. A rTa!e of English Life. By Waltor 13e-sant. C(IA :'TJ'::: 7. :!' : 'I t--OI  .r't SISTEIr On a line Saturday evening in July there are never many readers in the F"ree Library. 'Th old ntn who conme in winter, because the place is warm and light and qcuiot, are now walking up and down the pavement, where the sunshino warms them through and through and chases away their rheumatic pains. The younger mun are all afield, playing cricket, htoating, cycling, rambling afoot, thinking of nothing but the delights of fresh air, and re:oicing in thl;r youth. What haLve the yaoiung to do with a musty, d(lusty library on a sunner even ing! A library is a cnrletery. Books are miostly the tombi,:; oi deald llanl's brains. Yo;:ng folk are much better o::unicd withl reading r';c'h other's thoughts than with walliing among the lonibs, so that the library is almnost empty. It was about seven o'clo,'k. At the window into wici h lhe sui Wolu l:i Ilave poured ita weaith oIf hat and...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 December 1896

Fortuent Sekinzg Emigrante. 1 dary a fp.,ir fatlily that set ks the western wds in th' hp p will innig a fort iln, it p1re arvel from t I t lti -. i iou foe ot i the ligrant d ir oº:i. r-muan--'hit and fever--by Hoe tote r l' Stoul hi! Bitteru. ýo " 1f.etuall y , +o',e ihat inc,,opara ,Le niedil tlI defense fortify the s :ta a :'! til t ' e ( ln od ii '1 | lltu|2ln* of .t rlariu+ n .tti-piere and t i:tnra-tahaint"d ratr, la 1r:i"tett+l by it. the pioneer. tho 1nin"r or the t,'tr. t provided. % iL it, may Srely encu mu.ter the ,la u;,! . . When ,. I i+ lI'itt down the heat itakt'es ten ýtrok' l,-s p~r :tminute than when oan. is ytandiL tip. Till: .114)llI:tN 1IOlTilEl Ilas foutnd tlitt hIrt little ones are improved wore by th' plea-'ntut Syrup of Figs. wheni in u.et of the laxative elTfet of a geth le -medy tie:n by any other, and that it is orTe atvelt:shit t', th»,m. Children -nioy t it and it buiii-Its them. The true reme'dy, r Syru of li.'e, is ima:uttfatured by tht Cali- 1 borl...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 December 1896

Continued from 1st page. It is now also suggested that the Uni ted States should buy the island, a sug gestion possibly worthy of considera timn if there were any evidence of a desire or willingness on the part of Spain to entertain such a prpl,osition. It is urged, finally, that all oher meth-. ods failing, the existing intern.eini strife be terminated by our int:rv 'nirdn, even at the cost of war bltweenI the United States and Spain, a war, which li advocates confidently prophesy ,could be neither long in its proportio, nor doubtful in its issues. Correctness of this forecast need be neither affirmed .or denied. The United States has nev ~ertheless a character to malnain as a nation, which plainly dictates that right and not might should 1)e the rul' of its coonduct. Further than the right, the United States, if not a nation to which which peace is a necessity, is In truth the most pacifeic of powers, and tihre is nothing so desirable as to livw in amity with the world. Its own ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 December 1896

T-It Official Joumnai~ofth~e. Parish 'of West j i9~ng~tc jardl~ . W W, . LEAKS, Jr., Pub. and Prop. ýi. IRýAGC1symvEa1DC WEST: ]4LICIAN\A PARI E LA.L ,rEL1 9, 1896,. . VOL. ,S'NO 45. I _. _ -I-- - - - - - - - - - - _ J. Powll, John H. Stone, St. Erancisvillo. Clinton, La. pOWELL & STONE, ttorneys at - Law, St. Francisviile, La. S aIPLr W . B. P.I1CY. SEMPLE & PERCY, ttorneys -- at -- Law. Dill pratico in any court in this " 'ct. -0tlice in Bank Buildiug. PA.NCISVILLE, LOUldIANA. DR. A. F. EARROW, physician and Surgeon, St. Franci~evikih, La. S,': in Leake lnilding. T[ llephone is lnnswerel from eithcr I;ilbourii 's Iunmford's drug stret:. DR. H. LOFTOe , Crown and ;Br i:1;: uork lllbe in St. VvFr - i: ' I:"lb , 1e4I Id in Clinton on th; lioth of cach th. SIDNEY POWýELL, D.D.S., DEN°tT!ST, Francisvi ie, t Loui.Sianu, Is prelared to. cd4tll work in his line. O0 ce at residnuce. T.rase ;-ll,, lBARitWkR1E, 'OvES, WA(GO.I and C'A,$I E "'VOOD) WIGRIK. House «> ishing Cods. RO...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 December 1896

HE :- TRUE -:- DE OCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. The Snitarianl quotes l)r. ELrico Ilorselli as syivini that I[iv.;w. 'i, p,,.r sons are partiinltally iiaitle to com(,imit suicide or to ie:o, I : Iai d. England hais a "SoVci:ty of. (rn sades," which will mi:tke th, j;l,,,rinl ago to ,JerlliSialm iie:t Septe..l,,:er. ' iThe pil.~r ri~ will mi:,t in thi (i, 1" : tian teilc thin r'e :tid '."c( it ' r :1t subject of ia ,wiinii;l tIa the " : rens at r'obb)'r :mu e:tli t -p r,,t I1:1.1 at i de th,' with . (:'is;e of .)il y ntain" i lng $2,01)t 0 I l the f'irt.,ttl io 1 :l :a i, and the citizr.-ns 'hot, lown hit. two pals, thul eli': in , hit of tl : l io te::- sity of "*o hckiig uip." '1T'(wlve tholoIusl ves Vll v lon lii r1 itt eighty-four chilihren were turnci away in New York City at the )opening of the school year for lick of schiool atc commodation. The New York In(le ipendent, in commennting on the liact, says; "This is utterly disgraceful to the authorit...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 December 1896

HER SISTER'S HONOR, A T '-- of English Life. y_ WT'.Iior D esant. CU~Ir"rrtý IT. tc'ii'cii '"V1i'n i~r 'o, i' Ita\'i g') n lii) np nl~P they must t11i('' th,''1ba'l~'0' 'f 1,h1i ait fo awe 137 to e S'O'eU 1l114 lniO'nltl g. You U U' I'tlj' thero 'c': nIo onie ro:;lespted fathor 'ti ,:;ore than tie(' 1)) all. III' -'A03\ ha li~o 11. we Ulllut be L: ave hut! iuiaki' tho best, of! things. S 'y43-bnt, my chilli, T Ca!n!t. heir to hi' lh'lkd of your11 hIa"ving 'to V,1'tii. TO 11 S pratty hands shoul (lo 1:uing but, pllayn with ,rotty t' itY , A:s for `i:01!:1 31:1'I 111 ` ownecr of tho i - prettY ban! c, er ith h . 11epolo tha 51( is qit' lieure to gel a 1 1!( yno'1 jpii'' '.O. e'; io:"' ISho Say4'' that - h110 CU~d 1Ot ;L 1)h a it n:atioll in the f: ioto bo r~l'iiiiit'd i111 ilay long; loiwv WO h!vCe ol'lI' ',iic sh ill goi to)., I.iadon, and ' iI ',) \,it h her. '1.1:`11': shall be n71i(713 y. I\ar' y1 ; 1 1111i 1 erhai.'u- Jr' -it ' i'; rh; li, all:.). (iC^.I.'"it u'l4Ž to tsake n-e a...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 December 1896

THE TRUE DEMOCIAT. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE P#ISU. W.W. LEA ,JR., Proprietor. Subscription, per annum - - * 1.50. . . .-_-, _ - .~. . . . - . IsSULED EVERY SATURDAY, Entered at the Post Office at St. Jrancis ville, La., as second class matter. SATURDAY, DEC. 19, 5896. W'here is a suspicion that dbiounts almost to certainty that Maeeo was assassinated. The death of Maceo briings dis tress to the Cuban cause. But the darkest hour is jest lIrore the dawn. The very extremity of Cu ba will raise up fri'ids to her re liet. It was alter the dire experi ence at Valley Forge tlt help came to the feeble American cause. The N. O. States ~rery properly points out that the Cubanl patriot and general, Maceo, was a mulatto, who really deserves the admiration of both races for inherent great iess, but seems to receive very little from his colored brother, while Fred -erick Douglas, who was prominent rather from circumstances than inatural ability, is revered as a hero. . -- _ The sensation of the h...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 December 1896

STRUE DEMOCRAT. celigious Notices. Services at Star Hill. SeeOfl' $hay in every monhli, Rev. W. c Coiiniit. jI1itiit. Third Snndiy in ervry month, Rov. F. D. Vunvalkenburgh, TdethutN~t. servicetOt IRaman CatholicChurch. St. Marv of Mt. C:armel. Sr. Francisville, Pikolm4 unelny or every muunth, Rev. t ather Oelel, priest. )Iethodist Servicesl at Bayou Sara. j'0iirth Sunelny of aoch month, at 11 A. M. al 7:34) 1'. M. L Mbirks 11its i whiskey ad. Inl thislpaper. D)id you see it.? Fine Candies anld Bionboiis only 2Sets per pouInd :at Muinford's t)rng Store. Air. S. Blum is having a kitchen lUnlihltlg pult ulp at the back of Iis stsor'1( iesidelntP. "Equlal to ainy, exctetllte by lntie," n lGnlthelr' Chocolltes atl Bonbons, at 1Mnlnford's Drug Store. Mr. . . Tempel mnoved on tlle 16th to the stew building Inext door to (tistrell's. Buy your winter hat or bonnet at l3iss II. E. Towtl's. W. W. Leake Jr. is having a fot irth hmOte built on his lowlatnd lprolpertly niear tile mll till. Fine...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 December 1896

1 DES7'E4ATI AND) I)ANGEJROUS Oc:CUIPA' rION. many IlAvcs Lost Annually That Chbietx May ero SNupplic W\ith Its National I)elicaaty--3Teth oils of Ihe F'ishecrs. I/ :SURED1 by its cost in Ituman life, ruys the New York ano, shark's fin ( is the highest priced Na tionlt dcliic'y in the world. So great i tlie demand for it among the well to-do Chinese, both at home and whert.vcr they be throughout the I 'workl, that every year, down among the (quatorial atolls of the Pacific, thousands of m(:,( risk nud lose their lives in hunting thte "tiger of the Every little lwhiii the Australian papers bricny note the arrivalof some ialand irading vessel with a cargo of to m.::.ny toulb os shaLir finT . These, rlriei and struug together, have been pieke(t up among :: hnudred nameless tro.)ie i:jlatnds that dot the South Paclilie, anl are cousigned from Mel ourine or Sydney to the great ports I of China. It is especinly among the islands where nature has hcna less lavish in her aupply of food eo...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 December 1896

At the annual show of cage birds at the Westminster Aquarium, London, the interesting fact developed that hundreds of canaries, wrens, finches, etc., on exhibition were bred by arti gans of the East End. Sir W. B. .Iichardison wants the Brit. jibh Cover:nment to establihh a ministry of health, with six departments. Reg., istration, local government, factory and industrial, analytical and chemi cal, veterinary and public works and. prisons. IIt YCLI.: MODELS. Bicy';ce iuilt.! have bItetoIe an ad Janct t ;lhe high class furnishing es taIblisiment t , of New York. If w'heel i1g itself i; fashiou alde., it i. conshl red ult::lyi im.,orta:ilt 1h it the wheel wcI.at I1. 1e I':!M hoiit Twed in smarlt at tire. ''The p[.llu!! yv.:ng models sit on bledCh's i the! dres , dell:Utment: of the I .!.:: is a(l try on i ),Uttl t'Ors, wai.~ ~tn:-is, inhl o elr f 'rnihi: llng, that the rai:,r outi:s lmay lie sueltl l)y tihelli' tlrtla.erl s :a:: they will appear pon11 he Ifal1. T'lle 1110d0l litSt be ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 December 1896

NEWS BY WIRE AND,CABLE. Iateresting Items of Happenings ThroughoC The Entire Country, IALE WINS THE SIX DAYS' PACE. r3ew Road for Hot Springs--Walling's Sentence Amrmed---A' Reinarkable Case--$400,000 Iron Furnace Sold for $55,000. Murder and Suicide. Sam Saultors, colored, at Cincinnati, O., Saturday, shot his wife, killing her, and then committed suicide. China Adding to Her Navy. Special Chinese envoys now in Italy 'have placed ,.everal orders for large battleships and cruisers. Rluu Over by a Train. Roe Hall and Joe Willott, of Wedo mio, were killed at Maysville, Ky., last Saturday evening, by the E. F. V. en gine, on the Chesapeake & Ohio rail road, in front of which they attempt ed to drive a buggy. --,"------- An Old Man Burned to I)e;ttl.. The home of Mrs.. Charlotteo Shellnut was destroyed by tire at Walnut (Grove, Ga., Friday nig ,t. Mrs. Shelinut, who was about sixty-fivo years old, rushed back into the house and was burned to death. All the other inmates escpcapd. Bi...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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